Sabine und Christian Egelhaaf – BridgeBuilding

A light bridge installation made of bamboo bars and steel cables. The bridge pier goes back to a construction made by the visionary architect, designer and inventor Buckminster Fuller (1895 – 1983). The pier is connected to the bridge which is held together by bars – a principle that was developed by Leonardo da Vinci (1452 – 1519) used for bridge construction. Because Leonardo was not only a painter but an imaginative draughtsman.
Sabine (*1956) and Christian (*1951) Egelhaaf live and work both in Mustin, Ratzeburg, Germany.


ZNE! returns to the place of the beginning of the traveling exhibition - for the 20th station from May 11th - July 17th 2023 in the Uferhallen in Berlin, for the final analogue explorations in aesthetics and sustainability with a large dialogue program and workshops on natural building materials, for the establishment of a FÄN and for a look at the full ZNE journey and experience route!
Find the concept >here<.